London (AP) Based on surveys in and around the city this past week it appears that gay men are having the most trouble of any single group in concerns about, so-called, "climategate" and global warming. Why this is occurring is a mystery to gay social scientists, such as London's own Phil McCrackin, who postulates on other gay men.
"We have seen the cream overflowing the lips of this scandal and yet it has made no impression on the lads at all. They seem to be swallowing the whole thing, but who can tell?" McCrackin added that it was difficult for social scientists to spit out quick releases on the subject - which would serve to better inform the pubic.
Asked to explain whether gay men have as many environmental concerns as straight men, McCrackin noted that "Gay men love the outdoors and parks but are only just now getting to this through the back door - not the main street media, so to speak."
In any case, based on interviews with the news editors, affirmative efforts will be made by the local papers to clean up this messy issue in the near future.